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Aim right: Bull’s eye vs. bullseye vs. bulls-eye

With all Target-1551492_1920of these different spellings of bull’s eye (or is it bullseye?), how do you when you’re on the mark with the right one?

The good news is that no matter which one you use, you’ll score a direct hit. All are acceptable spellings.

Check with your house or publisher’s style guide to determine which is preferred when you write a piece, though. For example, Associated Press style (which newspapers and many magazines use) calls for spelling it bull’s-eye.

Need an editor? Having your book, business document or academic paper proofread or edited before submitting it can prove invaluable. In an economic climate where you face heavy competition, your writing needs a second eye to give you the edge. Whether you come from a big city like Rochester, New York, or a small town like Beech Bottom, West Virginia, I can provide that second eye.


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